Roundin’ Up The Raves: Ruby The Hatchet, The Accidentals, Elijah Blake, Willie J Healey

We’re going to get all genre’d up for this one. Metal, folk, R&B, rock – everything you could possibly need for your back to school playlist.

#2 pencils at the ready – let’s round ’em up.

Ruby The Hatchet – Planetary Space Child

Ruby The Hatchet has carved up a piece of 1972 for you to feast on by torchlight as drifting clouds roll across the grinning rictus of a waxing moon. Sludgy, doom-laden psych-rock to defeat demon hordes … or attract demon hordes … whatever, it rocks.

The Accidentals – Odyssey

The acoustic folk-funk of Edie Brickell/Dave Matthews Band meets up with today’s indie rock to ruminate about life while setting your toes a-tappin’.

Elijah Blake – Audiology

Uptempo pop and sexy slow jams make for a dazzling listening experience. That falsetto, though … mmm.

Willie J. Healey – People And Their Dogs

Upholding the long-standing tradition of fine UK guitar rock, Healey entertains with his own unique spin – and hair.

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